It’s been a few crazy weeks, which is why I’m announcing the winner to the Pocket Coffee giveaway today instead of Tuesday. Forgive me! I’m also trying to get your feedback about the blog through the new Ms. Adventures in Italy Facebook fan page about what type of content you’d like more of.
If you haven’t taken a look at the comments from the Pocket Coffee giveaway, be sure to check out over 80 tips and encouragements for keeping up your energy! Thanks to everyone for participating. The winner of the Pocket Coffee giveaway is:
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The truth is I haven’t been in my own kitchen in a month of weekends, due to the move, having company and this weekend will be no different as I’ll be heading to Dublin to see my father for a few hours. If you have tips / sites / links, please leave them in the comments or send them to my twitter account with a @rosso reply!
One of those lovely weekends I spent deep in the heart of Tuscany at a friend’s wedding. I’m going to share a few pictures here with you of “before the ceremony”
The vintage car she had to take her, her father and her daughter to the ceremony and the bridal couple “gli sposi / sposini” to the reception.
The flower girl, also her daughter, tugging at an itchy tag on her beautiful dress. Later, she would run around the reception in comfortable clothes.
Italians are known for their fashion sense, and weddings are a great time to get some inspiration…or to laugh at some of the outlandish outfits. But I loved the purple Converse that the bride’s teenage brother wore with his suit.
I loved the bride’s dress, especially the little shrug she had to keep her shoulders covered. I find more and more brides are straying away from pure white dresses and are moving toward cream – my own was an off-white.
The bouquet is one of my favorite things about weddings, especially when vibrant colors are framed by a creamy dress.
It was unfortunately overcast for most of the weekend, and while it didn’t rain on the bride, the sun did come out right as they were exiting the church to give us a bit of blue sky.
What are your favorite scenes from a wedding? Do you have a favorite pose or behind-the-scenes photo you love seeing?
Next….after the ceremony, the couple gets showered with rice…and pasta!